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ALPHA 

We've only just begun . . . to live. 

To focus our lives on distant stars 

To channel our ambitions, to discover our purpose. 

We've only just begun . . . to grow. 
To tap the full-flow of human experience 
To test the limits of our capacities or to stretch 
them to boundless boundaries. 

We've only just begun . . . to discover. 
Ourselves, the person whom others see, 
The personality known only to ourselves. 

We've only just begun . . . to communicate. 
To step outside of ourselves and into the lives 

of others. 
To share the joys and sorrows of existence. 

We've only just begun . . . to learn. 

To increase our knowledge, to expand our minds 

To encompass reality, to delve into the abstract. 

We've only just begun . . . 

Although college has ended 
A finality met with ambiguous feelings, 
We know we have gained something tangible, 
something valuable. 

We have gained each other . . . living and 
warm symbols of these past four years. 
And although we're now going our separate 
ways, 

We've only just begun . . . to be 
friends. 

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The Class of 75 has had the exciting oppor- 
tunity to be part of a growing institution. We 
have seen dreams and plans become reality. In 
fact, our four years here could be characterized 
by one word — growth. Periods of growth are 
sometimes accompanied by confusion and inst- 
ability. That is why it is crucial to have a deci- 
sive leader. Fortunately we had such a leader, 
Dr. James T. Amsler. 

Under his direction, the campus has taken 
on new dimensions. We have experienced 
growth in every area. He has guided not only 
the physical expansion of the college, but also 
helped us to broaden our own personal and so- 
cial horizons. Dr. Amsler has awakened 
N.A.S.C. to it 's potential. 

The thing we shall not forget is President 
Amsler 's intense pride in N.A.S.C. It isn't sur- 
prising that these feelings were contagious. 

Dr. Amsler is an educator, an administrator, 
and our president, but above all he is our 
friend. 




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Lazy ways! 





Studying, Billie?!? 




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1971 - 1975 
Bill Chinock 

Liv Taylor - Pousette Dart 
B. B. King - Duke and The Drivers 
Mitch Ryder and The Detroit Wheels 
David Bromberg 
Edgar Winters and White Trash 
Paul Butte rfield Blues 
The Proposition 
Dick Gregory 
Pat Paulsen 
Dr. Spock 

Tom Rush - Batteaux Brothers 
Godspell 

Poco - Chad Stewart 
Erik Von Daniken 
John Holt 

James Montgomery 
Red Auerbach 
Pierre Salinger 
The Buoys 
Fat - Swallow 
Stu Nunnery 
Jonathan Edwards 
Frank Speiser 
Steve Katz 
Fredric Storaska 
James Cotton 





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STATE COLLEGE DRAMA FESTIVAL - 1972 
NASC production of "Rats" wins-- 
Best Play- 
Best Actor 
Best Supporting Actor 




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No. Adams - Snowbelt USA 




The 4th floor hoods 



spool (spool) n. small cylinder for winding thread, wire, etc. ; v. t. to wind on spool (0. Fr. 

espole). 
spoon (spoon) n. implement, with bowl at the end of handle, for carrying food to the mouth. 

etc; golf club with wooden head; v. t. and v. i. to use, hit with spoon; (golf) to scoop ball 

high in air; (Colloq. ) to make love. (O. E. spon). 
spoon er ism (spoon' er ism) n. transposition of letters of spoken words, causing a humorous 

effect, e.g. a half -warmed fish for a 'half -formed wish' (fr. Dr. A. W. Spooner). 
spoor (spoor) n. track or trail of wild animal (Dut. =a track), 
spo rad ic (spa rad ik) a. occurring singly here and there; occasional, (gk. sporadikos, fr. 

speirein, to sow), 
spore (spor) n. in flowerless plants, e.g. in ferns, minute cell with reproductive powers; germ; 

seed. (gk. spora, seed). 
spor«ran (spawr 1 . an) n. large pouch worn in front of the kilt (gael. sporan). 



sports (sports) n.pl. 1) outdoor games or recreation, especially of athletic nature. 2) ath- 
letic meetings. 



spot (spat) n. speck; blemish, especially on reputation; place; locality; v. t. to cover with spots; 
to stain; to place billard ball on marked point; (Colloq. ) to detect; to recognize; v. i. to be- 
come marked. 

spouse (spous) n. married person, husband or wife. 

spout (spout) v. t. to shoot out as liquid through a pipe; (Colloq. ) to utter in a pompous manner; 
to recite; v. i. to gush out in jet; (Colloq. ) to speak volubly; n. projecting tube, pipe, etc. 
for pouring liquid; a pipe or tube for leading off rain from roof. 

sprag (sprag) n. piece of wood or metal used to lock wheel of vehicle; device to prevent vehicle 
running backwards on hill (Dan. ). 

sprain (spran) v. t. to wrench or twist muscles or ligaments of a joint; to overstrain; n. such 
an injury. 

sprang (sprang) pa. t. of the verb spring. 

sprat (sprat) n. small sea fish, allied to herring and pilchard (O. E. sprot). 

sprawl (sprawl) v. i. to sit or lie with legs outstretched or in ungainly position; to move about 

awkwardly; to spread out irregularly; to write carelessly and irregularly; n. act of sprawl- 
ing (O. E. spreawlian). 

spray (spra) n. twigs; small, graceful branch with leaves and blossoms; sprig. 

spray (spra) n. fine droplets of water driven by wind from tops of waves, etc. shower of fine 
droplets of any liquid e. g. medicine, perfume, etc. ; spraying machine; atomizer; v. t. 
to sprinkle (L. Ger. Sprci). 

spread (spred) v. t. to stretch out; to extend; to cover surface with; to scatter; to unfold, as 
wings; to circulate, as news, etc. ; to convey from one to another, as disease; to set and 
lay food on table; v. i. to extend in all directions; to become spread, scattered, circulated, 
etc. ; n. extension; expanse; covering for bed, etc. ; (Colloq. ) feast. (O. E. spraedan). 

spree (spre) n. lively frolic; drinking bout (Ir. spre, a spark). 

sprig (sprig) n. small shoot or twig; ornament in form of spray; scion; youth; small headless 
nail; v. t. to mark, adorn, with figures of sprigs or sprays. (O. E. spraec, a twig). 



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for the sun and the rain 
and the soft kiss of wind, 
for children and trees 
and for you, my friend . . 
I am thankful. 



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Someone ISN'T a friend 
who can run up three flights 
of stairs in Murdock and not 
huff and puff, then call down 
for you to hurry up. 





Someone ISN'T a friend 
who stands there letting you 
get beat up because he knows 
you like to take care of your 
own problems. 




Someone ISN'T a friend 
who takes you to the cafe and 
recommends the dish in the 
middle -which makes you 
nauseus. 




Someone ISN'T a friend 
when they drag you off to 
register and then can't re- 
member where it is. 



Someone ISN'T a friend 
who drives by and doesn't 
pick you up because he knows 
you want the exercise and 
love the cold. 






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Someone ISN'T a friend 
who let's you sleep through 
an exam because you looked 
too happy to wake up. 



You know someone ISN'T 
a friend when they try to 
CRACK you up, knowing that 
your lips are chapped. 



fric«as»see (frikb-se'), n. (<Fr. fricasser, cut up and fry), 
meat cut into pieces and stewed or fried, v.t. (-SEED, 
-SEEING), to prepare as a fricassee. 

fric«tion (frik'shan), n. « L. fricare, to rub), 1 . a rubbing 
of one object to another. 2. conflict, as because of differ- 
ing opinions. 3. the resistance to motion of surfaces that 
touch. -fric'tion»al, adj. 

Fri day (fri'di), n. (after Frig, Germanic goddess), 1. the 
sixth day of the week. 2. the devoted servant of Robinson 
Crusoe: also man Friday. 

fried (frid), pt. and pp. of fry. adj. cooked by frying. 

friend (frend), n. 1. one attached to 
another by esteem and affection; 
2. an intimate associate; 3. a sup- 
porter; 4. a comrade. 

friend'ly, adj. (-LIER, -LIEST), 1. of or like a friend; 

kindly. 2. not hostile; amicable. 3. supporting; helping. 

-friend' lioness, n. 
friend'ship, n. 1. the state of being friends. 2. friendly 

feeling, 
frieze (frez), n. ((Frank.), a decoration forming an ornamental 

band around a room, building, etc. 
frig ate (frig'it), n. (<It. fregata), a fast, medium-sized 

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JIM MOROCCO 
Business Administration 



CAROL MENDOZA 
Elementary Education 



PAULA RENDA 
Elementary Education 



ALISON GEARIN 
Elementary Education 



KAREN RYMSZEWICZ 
Psychology/ Sociology 




KEVIN SMITH MARY MEDLINSKAS 

Elementary Education Psychology 



DEBBIE MEDEIROS 
Psychology/ Sociology 



JOANNE ADAMS 
Early Childhood Ed. 



SUSAN HOERAUF 
Elementary Education 







PAT RILEY 
English 



JOANNE PAYSAN 
Elementary Education 



KATHI GLAVIN 
Psychology 



PAULA FICHERA 
Elementary Education 



PAUL KOCHANSKI 
Business Administration 




JUDY AMATRUDA 
Math - Teaching 



ANNEO'LEARY 
Early Childhood Ed. 



GAIL O'NEIL 
Elementary Education 



TIMOTHY OTTO 
Psychology/ Philosophy 



CHARLENE KAHN 
Elementary Education 



Senior/ Friends 41 




KAREN JOHNSON 
Psychology 




BEV ARCUDI 
English - Teaching 



EILEEN AUSTIN 
Early Childhood Ed. 



JEAN BUFFONI 
Elementary Education 



MARIAN HEAPS 
Early Childhood Ed. 




RENEE BROUILLARD CANDY HILL CAREN DE FILIPPO KATHY DAVIS 

Early Childhood Ed. . Sociology - Elementary Education Psychology English 



ROSEMARY MENDES 
Elementary Education 



42 Senior/ Friends 






SUE WOLEJKO 
Elementary Education 



CANDY SERAFINO 
Early Childhood Ed. 



LEE DOUCETTE 
Math 




CAROLE MAIEWSKI 
Elementary Education 



MIKE MC NALLY 
Math 



EILEEN SULLIVAN 
Elementary Education 



PAT HAWRYLA 
Math 



JUDY MAGEAU 
Sociology - Psychology 




LORNA SHUMWAY 
Psychology 



JOEY SCIARAFFA 
Psychology 



Senior/ Friends 43 




ANNMARIE SANGIOVANNI JAMS STRAUB 

Psychology English 




KAREN LIVERNOIS KAREN LITANO 

Elementary Education Business Administration 







EUNICE IANGER 
Sociology 



TOM MCCARTHY 
Sociology 




RAYMOND LAMONT 
History 



44 Senior/ Friends 



GAIL PALIATINO 
Biology - Teaching 








LORRAINE ZEGOTA 
Business Administration 



DAVID KENWAND 
Business Administration 




JANET KOWALESKI ROSEMARY BOURDON 

Elementary Education Psychology 




PATRICK CRANNEY MARINA CORMIER 

Business Administration Elementary Education 




JUDY ASSER 
Psychology 



DAVE BARTLETT 



CHARLES BEATTIE 



Business Administration Elementary Education 



LORIE BROWNELL 
Early Childhood Ed. 



Senior/ Friends 45 




THERESA FILL 
Elementary Education 



MICHAEL BACZEH 
Business Administration 




LINDA FOUNTAIN 
Early Childhood Ed. 



MIKE CALEGARI 
Sociology 




WILLIAM CAPRARI 
Elementary Education 



SUSAN CHAPMAN 
Early Childhood Ed. 






RICHARD FIORE 
Business Administration 



KATHY JERAY 
Early Childhood Ed. 



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Business Administration Business Administration 



GAIL GUN TOR 
English - Teaching 




SUSAN HAJDAS 
French 



NANCY HARE 
Elementary Education 



MARY BRIGGS 
Elementary Education 





ARTHUR BRESSE 
Business Administration 



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JUDY HOTCHKISS 
Early Childhood Ed. 



DOROTHEA HORDERN 
Biology 




SETH HOLDEN MARTHA HENDERSON 

Business Administration Elementary Education 



ANNE FARRIER 
Early Childhood Ed. 



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MARGARET EBERT 
English - Teaching 




SUSAN DUFFY 
Psychology 




DONNA DENELLI 
Philosophy/ Sociology 







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MIKE CONTI 
History 



KATHRYN COFRIN 
Psychology 




PATRICIA REARDON 
Math 



DENNIS PREGENT 
Business Administration 




DANIEL CURRAN 
Psychology 



LORI PANCIERA 
Math 



DANIEL MCDONALD 
Math 



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DAWN SCOTT 
Early Childhood Ed. 



ROSEMARY REED 
Elementary Education 




PATRICIA POWERS 
Early Childhood Ed. 



SHIRLEY PEVEY 
Chemistry 





NO TRESPASSING 

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NORTH 

ADAMS 

STATE 

COLLEGE 

1194 

ADMISSIONS * 
ADMINIST1ATIVE 
OFFICES ♦ 

LIIIAIY ♦ 

GIADUATE S 
CONTINUING 
STUDIES 
FIOSIAM « 




ROBERT NICHOLS 
Business Administration 




FRED SIMMONS 
History 




DEBBIE ST. PIERRE 
Psychology 




SYLVIA MERLINI 
Business Administration 



PAULA MITCHELL 
English 



RICHARD SULLIVAN 
History 



Senior/ Friends 49 




RICHARD STICKNEY 
Psychology 



KAREN TKACZYK 
English 



TOM VALERI 
English 



BOB UNDERHILL 
Business Administration 



NANCY TORPPA 
English 




KATHY FARNSWORTH 
Elementary Education 



STEVEN GOLDSTEIN 
Business Administration 



ELLEN FRANKLIN 
Elementary Education 



GINNIE OSGOOD 
Elementary Education 



ROGER WHITE 
Business Administration 






50 Senior/ Friends 




JOE WILLIAMS 
History 



JOYCE PALMER 
English - Teaching 



ANTHONY VENIA 
Philosophy 



EDWARD TIERNEY 
Business Administration 



SUSAN NYKIEL 
Elementary Education 



JAY ELWELL SUE CHRISTOPHERSON KIP MEIATTI 

Psychology Math Business Administration 



HELEN KUZNICKI 
Early Childhood Ed. 




ED MARKIEWICZ 
Business Administration 





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KIM LARSON NOWELL FRANCIS 

English - Non- Teaching History 



SUEETRE 

Early Childhood Ed. 



ROBERT WOJNICKI 
History 



SUSAN WINKLE 
Psychology 




BILL DONOVAN 
English 



MARION PIERCE 
Elementary Education 



PAULA CLEMENT 
Math 



LIZ SANTOS 
Psychology 



DEBRA JOHNSON 
English - Non- Teaching 



52 Senior/ Friends 




SOPHIA SELIN 
Elementary Education 



MARYLOU HARTWIG 
Elementary Education 



DEBORAH A . WOOD 
Elementary Education 



LINDA MILLER 
Math 



DANIEL WILK 
Elementary Education 




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SHERYL MENDOZA 
Elementary Education 



CLAIRE DESEBRAIS 
Elementary Education 



ROBERT SALVADORI 
History 



WILLIAM COFRIN 
History - Non- Teaching 



CAROL LAFRANCE 
French 



Senior/ Friends 53 




DENISE M. RABY 
Psychology 



LINDS M. GIANETTI 
Elementary Education 




MARY KELLIHER 
Psychology 



DIANE MASON 
Elementary Education 




SHIRLEY HARTWIG 
Elementary Education 



CHERYL SMITH 
Early Childhood Ed. 





GORDON WASHBURN DANIEL J . FERGUSON 

Business Administration Business Administration 



CANDY CUTHBERT TOM RAYMOND 
Early Childhood Ed. Business Administration 



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JOHN STONE 
Elementary Education 



JACK B. SMITH 
Physics 




CYNTHIA CUDAK 
Early Childhood Ed. 



BOB BURDICK 
Business Administration 




NANCY KELLEY 
Psychology 



TIMOTHY DAVIS 
Biology 




WILLIAM MANCINI ROSEMARIE TALBOT TINA DEL BUONO 

Chemistry English - Non- Teaching Elementary Education 



ANNE BEAU LIEU 
Early Childhood Ed. 



Senior/ Friends 55 




JO ANNE BARRON 
Medical Technology 



MARCIA SAUNDERS 
English 



PEGGIE FISHER 
Early Childhood Ed. 



GERALDINE B. CAUFIELD JEFF NOEL 

English History 



RECIPE FOR A FRIEND 

1) Take one human being 

2) Add understanding 

3) Add caring 

4) Add sharing 

5) Mix well 

6) Blend in good times and bad 

7) A spoonful of laughter 

8) A pinch of tears 

9) Give it time to gel and watch it grow and that is how to make a friend. 



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It seems a crime to me that we should age, 
These fragile times should never slip us by. 
A time you never can or shall erase, 
As FRIENDS together watch their childhood fly. 



Where Will You Be? 

Anonymous 
Where will you be when you shall read 

this rhyme? 
Pursuing, perhaps, a routine 

occupation, 
Or dressing and glancing at the time, 
Or in the midst of earnest conversation 
And thinking of me little, if at all. 
It well may be that you no longer love 

me 
And miles beyond my eager reach and 

call 
When you will find this small momento 

of me. 

What will you do, I wonder? 

Will you glance it quickly over and 

toss it then away 
As something of but small significance 
Having but little bearing on your day? 
Or will you be pleased, no matter 

where, 
To find this sonnet telling you I care. 




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At long last, 1975 has arrived. With it comes the end of another chapter in all of our lives. 
The past four years have been filled with both joy, love and at times, frustration. We all have 
undoubtedly made many friendships here at good ole NASC. As we begin another chapter to our 
lives, North Adams State will remain a part of our lives forever, including our many cherished 
memories of both lovers and friends, good times and bad. Assuringly, one will never really for- 
get these years but we would like you to have a few guidelines with which to direct your memory. 
REMEMBER WHEN- 

Only Hoosac's famed second floor had 24 hr. parietals. . . Getting up at 2 in the morning to 
wait to register, only to find 50 people in front of you. . . All the posters which no one ever read 
. . . When Mt. View was THE place to go. . . The old TKEy Tonkers. . . When Spring Fever 
meant streaking. . . When Student Senate didn't have an office. . . The last issue of The Salama- 
gundi. . . When signing out of Hoosac meant telling everyone where you were going and with 
whom. . . How we complained about SAGA but were no better off with ARA. . . When bus rates to 
Boston were $6. 05. . . All those parking tickets. . . When John DiLego was on foot patrol. . . Mr. 
Grosz. . . All the fire alarms when the cafe served pizzas. . . Orientation in September instead of 

June. . . Waiting for the Student Center to open and finally seeing it open John Mueller. . . Pat 

Paulsen. . . Mitch Ryder. . . Edgar Winters. . . David Harraden. . . Free games. . . the 6th floor 
T. V. falling out of the window. . . The Berkshire and Mohawk Houses before they were parking 
lots. . . Berkshire's broken elevators and faulty alarms after a good Friday nite drunk. . . Hav- 
ing Monday's schedule on Tuesday. . . $1 nites at the Mohawk. . . Celebrating Washington's Birth- 
day on his birthday. . . Those 4 o'clock classes on Friday. . . WhenAngelina's had delivery ser- 
vice. . . The HUB. . . Lining up in the quad to watch the streakers. . . When you wanted to quit 
freshman year, knowing you'd never make it till 75. . . Standing in line for 2 hours only to rea- 
lize that you were in the A-L line and your name is Zanzibar. . . Seeing Part III of a movie in the 
aud. before Part I and Part II before Part IV, etc. . . Greaser I. . . The library without the BUZZ 
. . . When profs lived in Boardman. . . Paul Brown. . . Steaks on Sat. nites. . . When VD was sup- 
posedly rampant on the campus. . . Walking through the tunnel only to reach the end and finding 
it locked. . . Having to move your car out of the parking lot during a storm only to find that you 
couldn't park on the street either. . . Remember when Taconic was "nice" (neither do we). . . 
But above all, remember the FRIENDS we've made at NASC. 



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Even a perfect stranger- 
Once you become FRIENDS, 
Isn't really perfect. 



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dream for the past 4 years. Through- 
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venienced at one time or another by 
mud puddles, noisy machines (both 
during classes and while asleep), 
etc. Finally, after much ado, the 
center was opened in February of 
1975. All will agree that it was 
well worth the long wait and diffi- 
culties. Since we have witnessed 
the growth of the building, we are 
saddened by the fact that we must 
now part. We leave "Our Dream 
Come True" to the future classes 
and hope that they will enj oy and 
take pride in this new addition to our 
family. 



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grace (gras) n. charm; attractiveness; easy and refined motion, manners, etc. ; favor; divine 
favor; a short prayer of thanksgiving before or after a meal; a period of delay granted as 
a favor; the ceremonious titled used when addressing a duke, or archbishop; v. t. to 
adorn; to honor; to add grace to. (L. gratia, favor). 

grac ile (gras ' il) a. slender; gracefully slight. (L. gracilis, slender). 

gra da tion (gra da shan) n. successive stage in progress; degree; a step, or series of steps; 
the state of being graded or arranged in ranks. (L. gradatio). 

grade (grad) n. a step or degree in rank, merit, quality, etc. ; a class or category; a mark or 
rating of a student's work; degree of rise of a slope; a gradient; v. t. to arrange in order, 
degree or class; to gradate (L. gradus, a step). 

gra di ent (gra 'di ant) a. moving by steps; rising or descending by regular degrees; n. the de- 
gree of a slope of a road or railway; an incline (L. gradiens, going, stepping). 

grad u al (gra' joo al) a. proceeding by steps or degrees; progressive; changing imperceptibly; 
n. (Eccl. ) book of music sung by the choir. (L. gradus, a step). 



grad«u«a«tion (graj •oo •a»shan) n. the granting of a diploma or university degree (L. 
gradus, a step). 



graft, graff (graft, graf) v. t. to insert a bud or small branch of a tree into another; to trans- 
plant living tissue, e. g. skin, bone, etc. from one part of the body to another; n. a bud, 
etc. so inserted, or a piece of tissue so transplanted (Fr. fr. Gk. grapheion, a pencil). 

gra ham (gra* am) a. made of whole -wheat flour (S. Graham, Amer. physician). 

grail (gral) n. a cup. The HOLY GRAIL, in medieval legend, the cup or vessel used by Jesus at 
the Last Supper (O. Fr. graal, a flat dish). 

grain (gran) n. a kernal, esp. of corn, wheat, etc. ; fruit of certain kindred plants, viz. corn, 
wheat, rye, barley, oats, etc. (used collectively); any small, hard particle; slightest 
amount; the smallest unit of weight; that arrangement of the particles of any body which 
determines its roughness, markings or texture; (Fig. ) natural temperamentaor disposi- 
tion; v. t. to paint in imitation of the grain of wood; to form into grains, as sugar, pow- 
der, etc. (L. granum, seed). 

gram (gram) n. unit of weight in metric system = 15. 432 grains. Also gramme (Fr. f r. Gk. 
gramma, small weight). 

gram mar (gram / er) n. the science of language; a system of general principles for speaking 
and writing according to the forms and usage of a language; a textbook for teaching the 
elements of language. (Gk. gramma, a letter). 

gramme See gram. 

gram o phone (gram ' a fon) n. a phonograph (Gk. gramma, a letter; phone, sound). 

gram pus (gram ; pas) n. a blowing and spouting sea creature of the dolphin family (L. crassus 
piscis, a fat fish). 

gran a ry (gran ' a ri) n. a storehouse for threshed grain; a barn (L. granum, grain). 



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ALMA MATER 

High above the noble Berks hires 
Overlooking rugged lands, 

Glorious with strength and grandeur 
Our dear Alma Mater stands. 

Praise to thee, our Alma Mater, 
Let us ever gaily sing 

Of loyalty to thee, forever 

Let our hails with echoes ring. 

Sentinels of stately poplars, 

Guard our Alma Mater fair, 

So our loyal hearts surround her, 
Trust her to a greater care. 

Praise to thee, our Alma Mater, 
Let us ever gaily sing 

Of loyalty to thee, forever 

Let our halls with echoes ring. 



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fac sim i le (fak sim a li) n. an exact copy; a. identical; v. t. to make a facsimile (L. fac, 
make (imper. ); simile, like). 

fact (fakt) n. anything done; anything actually true; that which has happened. (L. factum, thing 
done). 

fac tion (fak ' shan) n. a group of people working together, esp. for subversive purposes; dis- 
sension; party clique. (Fr. fr. L. factio, a doing). 

fac ti tious (fak tish ' as) a. made or imitated by art, oppos. of natural; artificial; manufac- 
tured (L. factitare, to do frequently). 

fac tor (fak ' ter) n. (Math. ) one of numbers which, multiplied together, give a given number; 
a contributory element or determining cause; v. t. (Math. ) to express as a product of two 
or more quantities. (L. facere, to do). 

fac to turn (fak to / tarn) n. one who manages all kinds of work for an employer (L. fac, do 
(imper. ); totum, all). 



fac»ul*ty (fa' • kal •ti) n. a university department; the teaching body; the members of a 
profession, esp. medical; authorization. (L. facultas, power). 



fad (fad) n. a pet whim; a fancy or notion, (etym. unknown). 

fade (fad) v. i. to lose freshness, brightness or strength gradually; to disappear slowly. (O. Fr. 

fade, dull). 

fa er ie, faery (f e ' ri) n. fairyland; a. pert, to fairyland; fairy-like (var. of fairy). 

fag (fag) n. a tedious task; (Br. Slang) a cigarette; v. t. to exhaust; (etym. doubtful). 

fag ot, fag got (fag ' at)n. a bundle of sticks for fuel; a bundle of steel rods cut for welding; 
v. t. to tie together; to embroider with a fagot stitch (Fr. fagot, a bundle of sticks). 

Fahr en heit (far 7 an hit) n. the term applied to a type of thermometer graduated so that 

freezing point of water is fixed at 32°, and boiling point at 212°. (German physicist, Fah- 
renheit (1686-1736). 

fail (fal) v. i. to be lacking; to diminish; to deteriorate; to miss; to be unsuccessful in; to go 
bankrupt; v. t. to disappoint or desert; to omit; (Colloq. ) to refuse to pass a candidate 
under examination. (O. Fr. faillir, to deceive). 

fain (fan) adv. (Poetic) gladly. (O. E. faegen, joyful). 

faint (fant) a. lacking strength; indistinct; giddy; timorous; v. i. to become weak; to grow dis- 
couraged; to swoon; n. a swoon. (O. Fr. feint, pa. p. of feindre, to feign). 



PSYCHOLOGY 
Dr. William Anderson 
Dr. Robert Hamilton 
Dr. Samuel Clarke 
Dr. James Schoen 
Mr. Richard Hatch 
Dr. James May- 
Mr. John Frechette 

SOCIOLOGY & 
ANTHROPOLOGY 
Mr. Kenneth 
Wadowski 
Mr. Stephen Green 
Dr. Charles Mark 
Dr. Leonard 

Paolillo 
Dr. Thomas Price 
Mrs. Ruth Innes 

Not Pictured 
Mr. Juan Yanguez- 
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SCIENCE 

Mr. Daniel Connerton 
Mr. Neil Giroux 
Dr. Anthony Gengar- 
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Dr. Mary Fuqua 
Mr. John McNulty 
Mr. James Canning 
Dr. Randall Hans is 
Ms. Maureen Covell 
Mr. Clark Billings 

GEOGRAPHY 
Mr. Eugene Melville 
Mr. H. Lee Combs 
Mrs. Katherine 
Heiligmann 

ECONOMICS 
Dr. Abdul Shaikh 

Not Pictured 
Dr. George Neel 
Mrs. Carol Lawler 
Mr. Manucher 
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Mr. Tl 

MATHM, 
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Dr. Me 
Dr. Le 
Mr. Ai 
Mr. Ge 
Mr. He 
Mr. Jo; 

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Dr. Do 
Mr. Be: 
Mr. Mi 
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Dr. Thomas Mulkeen 
Dr. John Conklin 
Mrs. Isobel King 
Mrs. Margaret Lanoue 
Dr. Richard Markham 
Ms. Patricia Prender- 

gast 
Mrs. Helen Redl 
Dr. Richard Sleeman 
Dr. John Komorek 
PHILOSOPHY 
Dr. Ali Allmaker 
Dr. Marc Goldstein 
Not Pictured 
Mr. William Minardi 
Neil MacLeod 
Lawrence Vadnais 
Arthur Sullivan 
Samuel Gomez 









BIOLOGY 
Dr. Duncan MacKenzie 
Mr. Paul Humora 
Ms. Margaret Tkal 
Dr. Richard MacMahon 
Dr. Jerry Smosky 

CHEMISTRY 
Dr. Michael Sabol 
Dr. John Hess 
Dr. Timothy Bergendahl 

PHYSICS 
Dr. William Seeley 
Dr. Martin Weinhous 
Dr. Carl Wolf 

Not Pictured 
Mr. Fred Johns 
Mr. A. James Engel 
Dr. Jurn Sun Leung 




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Dr. Donald Washburn 
Mrs. Teresa Librizzi 
Mrs. Lea Vozar 
Mrs. Louise Mulligan 
Mr. Arnold Bartini 
Mr. Michael Krawitz 
Dr. Frederick 
Bressette 
Mr. Gerald Joss 
Mr. Robert Wheeler 

MODERN LANGUAGE 
Dr. Anthony Nic astro 
Mrs. Ellen Schiff 
Mr. James Catoline 

Not Pictured 
Ms. Margaret Toole 
Ms. Vida Ann Vliet 
Mr. Lewis Cuyler 








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Mrs. Virginia Davis 
Mr. William Mahoney 

MUSIC 
Mr. Louis Cuccinello 
Mr. Dwight Killam 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
Mr. Thomas Greene 
Mrs. Patricia Mowbray 
Mrs. Susan Getchell 
Mr. Thomas Baker 

Not Pictured 
James Engebretson 
M. Jeanne Johns 
Jerome Meadows 
Robert Shields 
J. Dustin Wees 
Cheryl Niederman 
Mrs. Jane LePage 
Mr. James Ellingwood 












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STAFF, LIBRARY 

Mrs. Lucy Farmer 

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smith 

Miss Joan Zagata 

Mrs. Ruth Goetch 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence 
Lanoue 

Mr. Charles Mclssac 

Mrs. Ann Terryberry 

Mrs. Suzanne Kemper 
Not Pictured 

Mrs. Margaret Easson 






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ad junct (ad' jungkt) n. something joined to another thing, but not essential to it; (Gram. ) a 

word or phrase added to modify meaning; a. added to; united with. (L. adjunctus, united 

to), 
ad jure (ad joor' ) v. t. to charge or bind, under oath; to entreat earnestly. (L. adjurare, to 

confirm by oath), 
ad just (a just' ). v. t. to adapt; to put in working order; to accomodate. (L. ad, to; Justus, 

just). 
ad ju tant (aj a tant) n. an assistant; staff officer who helps the commanding officer issue 

orders. (L. ad, to; juvare, to help) 
ad lib (ad lib') v. i. and v. t. (Colloq. ) to improvise something not in the script (L. abbrev. 

for ad libitum, at pleasure). 



ad«min«is»tra* tion (ad*min'*is« tra«shun) n. the executive part of a government; dis- 
pensation; direction; those who direct and execute affairs of any kind (L. ad, to; 
ministrare, to give service). 



ad mi ral (ad mi ral) n. a naval officer of the highest rank (graded as -admiral, vice-admir- 
al, or rear-admiral). (Fr. amiral, fr. Ar. amir-al bahr, prince of the sea). 

ad mire (ad mTr') v. t. to regard with wonder and approval, esteem, or affection; to prize 
highly; v. i. to wonder; to marvel. (L. ad, to; mirari, to wonder). 

ad mis si ble (ad mis'-i-bl) a. allowable. (L. (part.) admissus, allowed to go). 

ad mit (ad mit') v. t. to grant entrance; to concede as true; to acknowledge (L. ad, to; mittere, 
to send). 

ad mix (ad miks') v. t. to mingle with something else (L. admiscere, to mix). 

ad mon ish (ad man 1 ish) v. t. to reprove gently; to instruct or direct. (L. ad, to; monere, 
monitum, to warn). 

ad nau se am (ad naw' shi am, also nawz ) to a sickening degree (L. ). 

a do (a doo') n. fuss; bustle; trouble. 

a do be (a do bi) n. sun-dried brick (sp). 

ad o les cense (ad a les' ens) n. stage between childhood and manhood; youth. (L. adole- 
scere, to grow up). 

a dopt (a dipt') v. t. to receive the child of another and treat it as one's own; to select and ac- 
cept as own's own e.g. a view. (L. ad, to; optare, to choose). 




ADMINISTRATION 
Mr. Anthony Ceddia 
Mr. John Gagnon 
Mr. John Dilego 
Mrs. Maurine Horsman 
Mr. George Jarck 
Miss Jane Frank 
Mr. Carl Hoynoski 
Mrs. Nancy Granger 
Mrs. Catherine Chalifoux 
Mr. Thomas Jones 




ADMINISTRATION 
Mrs. Janice Schwert 
Mr. Anthony Sinclitico 
Mr. William West 
Dr. James Roach 
Miss Deborah Murphy- 
Mr. Joseph Zavattaro 
Mr. Stephen Long 
Mr. Raymond Sullivan 
Mrs. Valentina Meyers 
Mr. James Sulzman 
Mr. Leon Peters 

Not Pictured 
Mr. James Lawson 
Dr. John Zaharis 
Mr. Vernon Shipee 





1975 YEARBOOK STAFF 

Tina Del Buono (Editor) 
Ellen Franklin 
Paula Fichera 
Bill Fortini 
Allison Gearin 
Kathy Glavin 
Cindy Hills 
Debbie Medeiros 
Joanne Paysan 
Karen Rymszewicz 
Kathie Searle 

Photographers: 
Doug Pike 
John Stone 



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THANK YOU 

Thanks for being my friend for a while. 
I realize that nothing is permanent. Times 
and places change and so do our 
friendships. 

We had some good times, didn't we? We 
shared, and for that moment everything 
was right. This is not to say that all is now 
wrong. We have turned our experiences 
into understanding. Of course, I know that 
time changes everything, but when I find a 
friend it's hard to accept that they may one 
day be gone. I shall always be your friend, 
though we may go our separate ways. 

Thank you for being a part of my life 
for the past four years. If along my life's 
path more like you step in and out, I will 
be glad for having lived. And especially 
glad for the living done here with you. 




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Keep these pages for the days 

when memories melt into haze 

and faces, friends, that you once knew 

are long forgotten, not a clue 

remains except the pictures here 

that preserve the youth and beauty kept 

by the classmates times has stepped 

right over. Remember them, part of your past 

as special tokens that will last. 

When the college years are called to mind, 
the value can't be thought of 
in monetary terms; you 11 find 
experiences keep their shine, 
preserved like precious stones and time 
cannot diminish such gems. 

You are the things you hold inside; 
Our friends we always treasure. 
You keep them with you, on the ride 
through life's expansive tour. 
Debra Johnson 



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The 1975 Yearbook Staff is extremely grateful for the con- 
tributions made by the following patrons . 



Mrs. Terry Adams 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis Amatruda 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Austin 

Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Balcanoff 

Mr. & Mrs. Everett Barron 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Beattie 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter Bishop 

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Brandt 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry Buffoni 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Cannona 

Mr. & Mrs. William Caulfield 

Mrs. Ethel Christopherson 

Mr. & Mrs. Clement 

Mr. & Mrs. Bert Cuthbert 

Mr. & Mrs. Domenic Del Buono 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry Ebert 

EPA Realty Co., Inc. 

Mr. & Mrs. Albert Etre 

Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Farrier 

Mr. Paul Francis 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Hartford 

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Hartwig 

Mr. & Mrs. Harold Hotchkiss 

Mr. Walter Johnson 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Kelly Sr. 



Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Kochanski 
Mrs. Lottie Lillie 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip Maiewski 
Mr. & Mrs. Edmund Mc Carthy 
Mrs. Rachael Markiewicz 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Medlinskas 
Mr. & Mrs. Mario Mendes 
Mr. & Mrs. Joel Mendoza 
Mr. & Mrs. Jeremiah O'Leary 
Mrs. Anna Palmer 
Mr. & Mrs. Leon Parrott 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Powers 
Mrs. Rita Payson 
Mrs. Marie Riley 
Mr. & Mrs. Rymszewicz 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Serafino 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter Scot 
Mr. & Mrs. Alanzo Shumway 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Smith 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Smith 
Mr. & Mrs. Willard Stone 
Mr. & Mrs. John Sullivan 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Wandrei 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Wolejko 
Whitney's Drug Stores, Inc. 



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DIRECTORY 



PAUL ABEL 
44 Cypress St. 
Lawrence, MA. 

JOANN ADAMS (pg. 41 ) 
31 Columbian Ave. 
Athol, MA. 

CHARLES ADOLEWSKI 
3 1/2 West St. 
Adams, MA . 

GLEN AGRITELLEY 
184 Hill Crest Ave. 
New Britain, CT. 

JUDITH AMATRUDA (pg. 
232 Kenmore Drive 
Longmeadow, MA. 



41) 



BEVERLY ARCUDI (pg. 42) 
19 Iadarola Av. 
Milford, MA. 

JUDITH ASSER (pg. 45) 
349 West Clinton St. 
New Bedford, MA. 

ARMAND AUDETTE 

28 Massasoit Place 
Springfield, MA. 

EILEEN AUSTIN (pg. 42) 
West St. 
Belchertown, MA . 

MICHAEL BACZEK (pg. 46) 
308 Church St. 
North Adams, MA. 

PAMELA BAKER 
P. O. Box 437 
Lanesboro, MA. 

KAREN BALCANOFF 
24 Coulton Park 
Needham, MA . 

STACIA BARRETT 
1st Charles Place 
Saratoga Springs, N.Y. 

JOANNE BARRON (pg. 56) 
46 Shelview Drive 
She It on, CT. 

DAVID BARTLETT (pg. 45) 
Langen Road 
Lancaster, MA. 

WILLIAM BATEMAN 
59 Maple Ave. 
Leominster, MA . 

CHARLES BEATTIE (pg. 45) 
2 Storer St. 
Sanford, ME. 

ANNEBEAULIEU (pg. 55) 

29 Granite St. 
Whitinsville, MA. 

ROBERT BENNETT 
138 Elm St. 
Duxbury, MA. 



ALAN BISHOP 

119 North Hoosac Road 

Williamstown, MA. 

WALTER BISHOP 
Monomonac Drive West 
Winchendon, MA . 

MEREDITH BISSELL 

Kemp St. 

West Groton, MA . 

JOHN BLAIR 
28 Oswald Ave. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

PETER BLAKE 
Holmes Road 
Hindsdale, MA . 

DAVID BLANCHARD 
6 Elmwood Ave. 
North Adams, MA . 

JOAN BLANCHARD 
6 Elmwood Ave. 
North Adams, MA. 

ROSEMARY BOURDON (pg. 

45) 
60 Maple St. 
North Adams, MA . 

ANDREW BRANCA 
137 Commercial St. 
Adams, MA . 

JANET BRANDT 
137 South St. 
Proctor, VT. 

MARIA BRAZILL 
123 Highland Ave. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

ARTHUR BRESSE (pg. 47) 
47 Ash St. 
Hopkinton, MA. 

MARK BRICKNELL 
73 Celia Road 
Braintree, MA. 

MARY BRIGGS (pg. 47) 
25 Scammell Ave. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

ROGER BRISTOL 
Rt. 49 Yokon Road 
Pittsfield, MA. 

CAROLYN BROPHY 
38 1/2 Hamlin St. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

RENEE BROUILLARD (pg. 42) 
9 Shirley St. 
Chicopee, MA . 

CARY BROWN 
15 Maple St. 
Williamstown, MA. 

LORIE BROWNELL (pg. 45) 
11 Lebanon Ave. 
Pittsfield, MA. 



FRANCOISE BRUNELLE 
7 Buckingham Drive 
Southwick, MA . 

JEAN BUFFONI (pg. 42) 
9 Birch St. 
Lee, MA. 

SYLVIA BUNNELL 
89 Tanner St. 
Pittsfield, MA . 

ROBERT BURDICK (Pg. 55) 
25 Meadow St. 
North Adams, MA . 

WILLIAM BURKE 
48 Plastics Ave. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

SALLY BURNHAM 
21 Cedar St. 
Gardner, MA. 

MICHAEL CALEGARI (pg. 46) 
84 West Main St. 
North Adams, MA . 

COLLEEN CAMPBELL 

14 Roosevelt St. 

North Chelmsford, MA. 

NADINE CANDILORO 
RD 1 Middle Road 
Clarksburg, MA. 

JANE CANNAVA 
23 Lockeland Road 
Winchester, MA. 



WILLIAM CAPRARI (pg. 
114 Eagle St. 
North Adams, MA . 

CYNTHIA CARD 
Mountain View St. 
Williamstown, MA. 

MARY LOU CARIDDI 
117 Church St. 
North Adams, MA . 

SANDRA CARIDDI 
4 Powers Square 
Greenfield, MA. 

THOMAS CARNEY 
26 Sargon St. 
Springfield, MA. 

WILLIAM CARNEY 
266 Broadway St. 
Methuen, MA . 

EWIN CASSIDY 
184 Howland Ave. 
Adams, MA. 

MARY CASTLES 

77 Natural Bridge Road 

North Adams, MA. 

RONALD CATINO 
179 Sargent St. 
Revere, MA. 



46) 



GERALD INE CAU FIELD (pg. 

56) 
285 East Main St. 
Glouster, MA . 

BILL CAULFIELD 
Sunset St. Box 343 
Rexford, NY 

MARGARET CHAMBERLAIN 
80 Fairfield St. 
Springfield, MA. 

MARY CHAMBERS 
14 Ideal Ave. 
Chelmsford, MA. 

PAUL CHAMPAGNE 

34 Willow St. 
New Bedford, MA . 

SUSAN CHAPMAN (pg. 46) 
96 Teaticket Path 
Falmouth, MA. 

DAVID CHARBONNEAU 
30 Alcove St. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

SUZANNE CHAYET 
110 Orchard St. 
Adams, MA. 

SUSAN CHRIS TO PHERSON 

(Pg. 51) 
247 Cocasset St. 

Foxboro, MA. 

FRANK dULLA 
201 Washington St. 
Gloucester, MA. 

LAWRENCE CLAIRMONT 
7 Gavin Ave. 
Adams, MA. 

PAULA CLEMENT (pg. 52) 

17 Yale St. 

North Adams, MA . 

KATHRYN COFRIN (pg. 48) 
39 Apremont St. 
Adams, MA. 

WILLIAM G. COFRIN (pg.48) 
39 Apremont St. 
Adams, MA. 

STEPHEN COLBY 

35 Evans Road 
Marblehead, MA. 

BEVERLY COLE 
86 Prospect St. 
North Adams, MA . 

RICHARD CONGDON 

19 Crosby St. 

Great Barrington, MA . 

MICHAEL CONTI, JR. (pg. 

48) 
9 Pleasure Ave. 
Pittsfield, MA. 



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DANIEL COONEY 
225 Kirchner Road 
Dalton, MA. 

MARINA CORMIER (pg.45) 
46 Newell St. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

PATRICK CRANNEY (pg.45) 
107 Margin St. 
Peabody, MA . 

SHERRIE CROW 

Ashland St. 

North Adams, MA. 

CYNTHIA CUDAK (pg.55) 
7 Potter St. 
Adams, MA. 

SUSAN CULVER 

765 East New Lenox Road 

Pittsfield, MA. 

JOSEPH CURLL 
14 Horshshoe Drive 
Bellingham, MA . 

DANIEL CURRAN (pg.48) 
60 Knollwood Circle 
Weymouth, MA . 

BEVERLY CUSHMAN 
6 Lowell Ave. 
Holden, MA. 

CANDACE CUTHBERT (pg. 

54) 
26 Gilbert St. 
North Brookfield, MA . 

JOSEPH GWIERTNIEWICZ 
87 Summer St. 
Adams, MA. 

JAMES DALEY 
13 Vesper St. 
Worcester, MA. 

GARY DA VINE 
101 Oak Hill Road 
Pittsfield, MA. 

JEANNE DAVIS 
111 Sumner St. 
Norwood, MA. 

KATHRYN DAVIS (pg.42) 
26 Grapevine Road 
Gloucester, MA. 

TIMOTHY DAVIS (pg.55) 
73 Meade Ave. 
North Adams, MA . 

JOHN DAY 
Hinsdale Road 
Northfield, MA. 

CAREN DEFILIPPO (pg.42) 
11 North St. 
Hull, MA. 

TINA DELBUONO (pg. 55) 

90 Queen Ave. 

West Springfield, MA. 



DONNA DENELLI (pg. 48) 
83 Winter St. 
North Adams, MA . 

CATHERINE DENZEL 
Mohawk Forest Blvd. 
North Adams, MA . 

CLAIRE DESEBRAIS (pg.53) 
Ridgewood Drive 
Russell, MA. 

PAMELA DESANTIS 
25 West 8th Ave. 
Gloversville, NY 

STEPHEN DICARLO 
1 Murray St. 
Adams, MA. 

MICHAEL DICENZO 
249 Robbins Ave. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

IRENE DICKENSON 
Green River Road 
Williamstown, MA . 

THOMAS DIMASHE 
Weller Ave. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

PATRICIA DONELAN 
56 Hawthorne Road 
Williamstown, MA. 

WILLIAM DONOVAN (pg.52) 
37 Hall St. 
Williamstown, MA. 

THOMAS DOOLEY 
328 Ashland St. 
North Adams, MA . 

CAROL DOSTAL 
417 Westhamton Road 
Northampton, MA . 

LEEDOUCETTE(pg.43) 
5 John Wise Ave. 
Essex, MA. 

CYNTHIA DOW 
266 Allengate Ave. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

JOHN DOW 

266 Allengate Ave. 

Pittsfield, MA. 

JOYCE DRUMM 
13 Simmons Road 

Williamstown, MA. 

SUSAN DUFFY (pg.48) 
River Road 
Rte. 19 
Clarksburg, MA. 

WILLIAM DUNSMORE 
48 South Onota St. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

KAREN DUPUIS 
575 Pleasant St. 
Holyoke, MA. 



MARGARET EBERT (pg.48) 
174 East Main St. 
North Adams, MA . 

STEVIN ELLIS 
6 Ferry St. 
Marshfield, MA. 

JAY ELWELL(pg. 51) 
454 Church St . 
North Adams, MA. 

JANE ERRI CO 
45 Loring Ave. 
Winchester, MA. 

SUZANNE ETRE (pg.52) 
762 Main St. 
Shrewsbury, MA . 

KATHY FARNSWORTH (pg. 
265 North West St. 
Feeding Hills, MA. 

ANNE FARRIER (pg. 47) 
8 Hildreth St. 
Westford, MA. 

WILLIAM FARRY 
98 Benedict Road 
Pittsfield, MA. 

DANIEL FERGUSON (pg.54) 
90 Phillips Road 
Holden, MA. 

PAULA FICHERA (pg. 41) 
33 Baldwin Road 
Billerica, MA. 

THERESA FILL (pg. 46) 
31 Spruce Hill Road 
Hadley, MA. 

RICHARD FIORE (pg. 46) 
281 Steiger Drive 
Westfield, MA. 

MAGUERITE FISHER (pg. 56) 
65 Farmington Ave. 
Longmeadow, MA. 

BRIAN FITZGERALD 
RT. 20 Greenwater Pond 
East Lee, MA. 

THOMAS FITZGERALD 
53 Montana St. 
North Adams, MA . 

WILLIAM FLAHERTY 
505 Union St. 
North Adams, MA . 

JAY FOR TIER 
3 Gilead St. 
Adams, MA. 

LINDA FOUNTAIN (pg.46) 
206 Park St. 
Easthampton, MA. 

NOWELL FRANCIS (pg 52) 
9 Plain St. 
Hopedale, MA . 



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ELLEN FRANKLIN (pg. 50) 
477 Springfield St. 
Chicopee, MA. 

REED FULLER 
59 Hathway St. 
North Adams, MA . 

NICHOLAS GABEL 
100 Boylston St. Ext. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

GRAIG GAETANI 
103 Robbins Ave. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

JEFFERY GAGE 
173 School St. 
Taunton, MA. 

THOMAS GARDINER 
12 Bright St. 
Waltham, MA. 

MAUREEN GARNIEWICZ 

(Pg. 47) 
22 Dana Road 
Peabody, MA. 

ALISON GEARIN (pg.41) 
P.O. Box 4 Plenty St. 
Nutting Lake, MA. 

JANET GEROULO 
Candlewood Drive 
Willaimstown, MA. 

LINDA GIANETTI (pg. 54) 
32 Pearl St. 
Milford, MA. 

CHRISTOPHER GIBBONS 
66 Dixon Road 
Brockton, MA . 

CARL GIGLIOTTI 
2 Grimes St. 
North Adams, MA . 

SANDRA GIGLIOTTI 

Rte. 7 

New Ashford, MA . 

RICHARD GIROUX 
17 Depot St. 
Cheshire, MA. 

KATHLEEN GLAVIN (pg.41 
135 Andover Road 
Billerica, MA. 

STEVEN GOLDSTEIN (pg.5( 
160 Old St. 
Randolph, MA . 

CHRISTOPHER GOSSELIN 
25 Kittrell St. 
Springfield, MA 

PAMELA GOULDING 
79 Claypond Road 
Monument Beach, MA. 

ROBERT GRECCO (pg. 47) 
48 Tucker Road 
Hanover, MA . 



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GAIL GUNTOR (pg.47) 
118 Boyd St. 
Cherry Valley, MA . 

DEBORAH HAIG 

RT. 7 

New Ashford, MA . 

SUSAN HAJDAS (pg.47) 
Spring Road 
Adams, MA . 

PHYLLIS HAMILTON 
270 East Main St. 
North Adams, MA . 

RALPH HAMMANN 

2 Haley St. 

Willi amstown, MA. 

JOHN HARDING 
47 Hull Ave. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

NANCY HARE (pg. 47) 
75 Edgewater Road 
Agawam, MA. 

DON HARRINGTON 
56 Foote Ave. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

FRANK HARRINGTON 
25 Fairmeadow Road 
Wilmington, MA . 

JONATHAN HARTFORD 
67 Forest St. 
Reading, MA. 

MARYLOU HARTWIG (pg.53) 
12 River St. 
Adams, MA. 

SHIRLEY HARTWIG (pg.54) 
51 Bracewell Ave. 
North Adams, MA . 

KATHLEEN HAUGHTON 
Lakeview Ave. 
Lynn, MA. 

JOYCE HAWORTH 

1 Haworth St. 
Dalton, MA. 

PATRICIA HAWRYLA (pg.43) 
18 Pond St. 
Gardner, MA . 

MARIAN HEAPS (pg. 42) 
465 Roosevelt Ave. 
Springfield, MA. 

ANN HEISS 

65 Gertrude Road 

Dalton, MA. 

MARTHA HENDERSON (pg. 47) 

2 Simonds Road 
Williamstown MA . 

CANDICE HILL (pg. 42) 
27 Bessemer St. 
Springfield, MA. 



SUSAN HOERAUF (pg.41) 
466 Church St. 
North Adams, MA . 

SETH HOLDEN (pg. 47) 
1 Davis Road 
Hopkinton, MA. 

MATTHEW HOLMES 
108 Heritage Lane 
Weymouth Heights, MA. 

CAROLYN HONIKER 
34 Merriam St. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

DOROTHEA HORDERN (pg. 

47) 
41 Pleasant St. 
Somerset, MA . 

JUDITH HOTCHKISS (pg.47; 
267 New Lenox Road 
Lenox, MA . 

STEPHEN HOUGHTON 
82 Grey lock Ave. 
North Adams, MA . 

JANET HUGHES 

10 Broadview Terrace 

Dalton, MA. 

KATHRYN IVERSON 
8 Edsel Road 
Littleton, MA . 

DEBORAH JACQUES 
21 Bailey Road 
Oxford, MA. 

PAUL JENKINS 

441 Summer St. 

East Bridgewater, MA. 

KATHLEEN JERAY (pg. 46 ) 
10 Crown Road 
Westford, MA. 

MARGARET JETER 
Sabin Drive 
Williamstown, MA. 

DEBRA JOHNSON (pg. 52) 
512 State St. 
North Adams, MA . 

KAREN JOHNSON (pg.42) 

17 Yale St. 

North Adams, MA . 

MARY JOZEFIAK 
103 Commercial St. 
Adams, MA. 

CHARLENE KAHN (pg.41) 
36 Elaine Ave. 
Dalton, MA. 

THOMAS KALISZ 
1 Conrad St. 
Adams, MA. 

DENISE KELLY 

Box 413 

East Falmouth, MA. 



NANCY KELLY (pg.55) 
104 Oxenbridge Rd. 
Quincy, MA . 

MARY KELLIHER (pg.54) 
300 Forest Park Ave. 
Springfield, MA. 

RICHARD KELLY 
28 Harvard St. 
Melrose, MA. 

DAVID KENWARD (pg.45) 

Birch St. 

W. Brookfield, MA. 

SUSAN KILEY 
304 Nahant Rd. 
Nahant, MA. 

PAUL KOCHANSKI (pg.4l) 
26 Richmond Lane 
Adams, MA. 

CHRIS KOCHENOUR 
Kalarama Orchards 
Williamstown, MA. 

JANET KOWALESKI (pg.45) 
85 Purchase St. 
Worcestor, MA . 

FRANCIS KOZA 
25 Marcella Ave. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

KATHLEEN KULAS 
Jenks Rd. 
Cheshire, MA. 

ALLEN KUSHNET 
124 Draper St. 
Springfield, MA. 

HELEN KUZNICKI (pg.51) 
42 Crescent Ave. 
Maiden, MA. 

ANTHONY KWAJEWSKI 
132 Miller St. 
Springfield, MA. 

DAVID LAFLAMME 
140 Kemp Ave. 
North Adams, MA . 

CAROL LAFRANCE (pg.53) 
88 Autumn Dr. 
North Adams, MA. 

PAUL LAGNESE 
60 Steep Hill Rd. 
South port, CT. 

RAYMOND LAMONT (pg.44) 
130 Maple Grove Dr. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

ADRIAN LANE 
713 County St. 
Bennington, VT. 

LAWRENCE LANG 
37 Lincoln St. 
Stoneham, MA. 



EUNICE LANGER (pg.44) 
19 Temple St. 
Adams, MA. 

RUSSELL LANOUE 
66 East Quincy St. 
North Adams, MA . 

SUSAN LARSON (pg. 52) 
336 Ashland St. 
North Adams, MA . 

DEBRA LECLAIRE 

16 White Oaks Rd. 
Williamstown, MA. 

THOMAS LIC 
18 Allen St. 
Adams, MA . 

KAREN LITANO (pg.44) 
56 Farnsworth Terr. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

KAREN LIVERNOIS (pg.44) 
Main St. 
Fiskdale, MA. 

KATHY LOFTUS 

28 West Colonial Rd. 

Wilbraham, MA. 

MARGARET LOUGHLIN 
364 Levin Rd. 
Rockland, MA . 

CAROL MACCHIA 
6 Myopia Rd 
Stoneham, MA . 

MARK MACGILL 
Ipswich Rd. 
Boxford, MA. 

JOHN MACK 
12 Kenway Dr. 
Springfield, MA. 

KATHRYN MACONGA 
206 West St. 
Lenox, MA. 

JAMES MADDEN 
41 Sherborn St. 
Arlington, MA . 

RICHARD MAGDYCZ 
43 Dwight St. 
Hatfield, MA. 

JUDITH MAGEAU (pg.43) 

17 Yale St. 

North Adams, MA . 

DANIEL MAHONEY 
Hancock Rd. 
Williamstown, MA . 

CAROLE MAIEWSKI (pg.43) 
481 Main St. 
Hatfield, MA. 

WILLIAM MANCINI (pg.55) 
137 Resevoir Ave. 
Rehoboth, MA. 



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PAUL MANGA N 
170 Concord St. 
Ashland, MA . 

JOAN MA PES (pg. 44) 
1095 Mohawk Trail 
North Adams, MA . 

KATHLEEN MARCHETTI 
43 Eliot Rd. 
Arlington, MA . 

EDWARD MARGOSIAK 
90 Narragansett St. 
Springfield, MA. 

DEBORAH MARHEFKA 
17 Stoddard St. 
Northampton, MA . 

JOHN MARINA KE 
841 So. Branch Pkwy. 
Springfield, MA. 

EDWARD MARKIEWICZ (pg. 

51) 
98 Paradise Rd. 
Swampscott, MA . 

JOANN MARTIN 
Arnold Ave. 
Adams, MA . 

ROBERT MASON 
25 Ingrid Rd. 
Weymouth, MA. 

DIANE MASON (pg. 54) 

175 Princeton St. 

No. Chelmsford, MA. 

STEVEN MATTIX 
726 Congress St. 
Ottawa, IL. 

MICHAEL MAYNARD 
148 Barlow Ave. 
North Adams, MA . 

GREGORY MCBURNEY 
173 Appleton Ave. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

THOMAS MCCARTHY (pg. 

44) 
17 Trenton St. 
Melrose, MA. 

TIMOTHY MCCOY 
8 Ridgewood Lane 
Burlington, MA. 

DANIEL MCDONALD (pg.48) 
3 Worcester St. 
Clinton, MA. 

CHARLES MCGEE 
10 Maple Ave. 
Lenox, MA . 

MICHAEL MCNALLY (pg.43) 
55 Oak St. 
Clinton, MA. 

DEBRA MEDEIROS (pg.41) 
950 Rockdale Ave. 
New Bedford, MA . 



MARY MEDLINSKAS (pg.41) 
9 Forest Hill Dr. 
Rutland, MA. 

SUE MELANSON 
30 Fairview Ave. 
N. Abington, MA . 

CLIFTON MELATTI (pg.51) 
70 Vernon St. 
Gardner, MA . 

ROSEMARY MENDES (pg.42) 
169 Hesperus Ave. 
Gloucester, MA . 



CAROL MENDOZA (pg. 
9 Louis Lane 
Randolph, MA. 



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SHERYL MENDOZA (pg.53) 
9 Louis Lane 
Randolph, MA . 

SULVIA MERLINI (pg.49) 
51 Bryant St. 
North Adams, MA . 

BARBARA MEYER KOPF 
16 Dover St. 
Hull, MA. 

GEORGE MEYERS 
114 Natural Bridge Rd. 
North Adams, MA . 

LIND A MILLER (pg. 53 ) 
44 Bellevue Ave. 
Adams, MA. 

DINA MINARDI 
65 Orchard St. 
Adams, MA. 

RAYMOND MINARDI 
20 Alice Rd. 
Raynham, MA . 

PAULA MITCHELL (pg.49) 
1 Auburn St. 
Lynn, MA . 

WILLIAM MOLLOY 
37 Frederick St. 
North Adams, MA. 

JAMES MORAS 

19 Exeter St. 

W. Springfield, MA. 

JAMES MOROCCO (pg. 41) 

20 East Ave. 
North Adams, MA . 

RICHARD MORRISSEY 
102 Hooper Rd. 
Dedham, MA . 

RICHARD MORSE 
RD1 West Hill 
Readsboro, VT. 

KENNETH MOUZER 
1054 Washington St. 
Abington, MA . 



JAMES MUNRO 
26 Natalie Ave. 
Melrose, MA. 

DENNIS MURPHY 
186 Pomeroy Ave. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

WILLIAM MURRAY 
1036 Williams St. 
Pittsfield, MA . 

THOMAS NADEAU 
18 Western Ave. 
Westfield, MA. 

GEORGE NAGELSCHMDT 
10 Brattle St. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

JANET NAGLE 
41 Franklin Rd. 
Norwell, MA . 

LINNEA NELSON 
26 Marion Ave. 
North Adams, MA . 

ROBERT NICHOLS (pg. 49) 
132 Nicholas Ave. 
Boylston, MA. 

PAUL NIKODEMOS 
32 Sheridan St. 
Jamica Plain, MA . 

ROBERT NISTA 
Elm St. 
Tyngsboro, MA . 

JAMES NOEL 
1481 Mass Ave. 
North Adams, MA. 

JEFFREY NOEL (pg. 56) 
82 Bracewell Ave. 
North Adams, MA. 

JOHN NORRIS 

448 Swains Pond Ave. 

Melrose. MA. 

JOSEPH NOWAK 
50 East Hoosac St. 
Adams, MA. 

SUSAN NYKIEL (pg.51) 
16 Nursery Ave. 
North Brookfie Id, MA. 

CYNTHIA OBRIEN 
324 East Main St. 
North Adams, MA. 

ERIN OBRIEN 
136 Acrebrook Dr. 
Northampton, MA . 

JAMES OBRIEN 
324 East Main St. 
North Adams, MA . 

DAVID OCONNER 
57 Aborn Ave. 
Wakefield, MA. 



THERESE OCONNOR 
12 Allengate Ave. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

DAVID OKERMAN 
Box 15 
Hoosick, NY. 

ANN OLEARY (pg. 41) 
86 Linda Rd. 
Braintree, MA. 

BENEDICT OLESKIEWIXZ 
3 Donald Ave. 
Adams, MA. 

GAIL O' NEIL (pg. 41) 
1588 South Church St. 
North Adams, MA . 

CHARLES ORANELLAS 
471 Reservoir Rd. 
North Adams, MA . 

THOMAS O'ROURKE 
120 Wilber St. 
Springfield, MA. 

WILLIAM ORTINS 
101 Main St. 
Wenham, MA . 

VIRGINIA OSGOOD (pg.50) 
1 Oak Terr. 
Westfield, MA. 

TIMOTHY OTTO (pg.41) 
10 Spring St. APT. 13 
North Adams, MA . 

GAIL PALLATINO (pg.44) 

53 Edmund St. 

E. Longmeadow, MA. 

JOYCE PALMER (pg. 51) 
248 City View Ave. 
W. Springfield, MA. 

LORI PANCIERA (pg.48) 
305 El Paso St. 
Springfield, MA. 

BONNIE PAOLILLO 
19 Ridgeway Ave. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

ANTHONY PARALTA 
719 East Ave. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

WILLIAM PARE 
142 Elm St. 
Methuen, MA . 

EDWARD PARIS 
41 Kenwood St. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

LEON PARROTT 
57 North Summer St. 
Adams, MA. 

MARILYN PARSONS 

54 Cushing St. 
Hingham, MA . 

JOANNE PAYSON (pg. 41 ) 
35 Kneeland Ave. 
Lenox, MA . 



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WAYNE PELIS 
139 Main St. 
Hatfield, MA. 

WILLIAM PELLERIN 
303 S afford St. 
Bennington, VT. 

LARRY PERKINS 
89 Millers Falls Rd. 
Turners Falls, MA . 

TRACY PERRAULT 
66 Harris St. 
North Adams, MA . 

SHIRLEY PEVEY (pg.49) 
234 Columbia St. 
Adams, MA. 

DAVID PIERCE 
44 Pinehurst Ave. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

MARION PIERCE (pg. 52) 
93 Baker Ave. 
Beverly, MA . 

SHERRY PIERCE 
90 Veazie St. 
North Adams, MA . 

ANDREA PITT 
39 Florence Ave. 
Arlington, MA . 

WILLIAM PLEU 
39 Femcliff Ave. 
Lee, MA. 

ELLEN PLUCINSKI 
50 Homestead Rd. 
Holden, MA. 

LINDA PORTER 
10 Otis St. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

PATRICIA POWERS (pg.49) 

1 Quarry Terr. 
Peabody, MA. 

DENNIS PREGENT, JR . 

(pg. 48) 
579 Barbour St. 
North Adams, MA . 

DAVID PRENTICE 
3 Heatherwook Dr. 
Shrewsbury, MA. 

THOMAS PRICE 
316 Longmeadow St. 
Longmeadow, MA . 

MATTHEW PROUTY 

Harrington St. 

E. Brookfield, MA. 

ROBERT PROVENCHER 

2 Garfield St. 
Amesbury, MA. 

FRANK PULASKI 
RTE. 116 
Savoy, MA . 



DAVID PUTNAM 
190 Woodlawn Ave. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

DOUGLAS PUTNAM 
86 Prospect St. 
North Adams, MA . 

HENRIETTA PYEATT 
PO. Box 1130 

North Adams, MA. 

ROBERT PYEATT 
PO. Box 1130 
North Adams, MA . 

DENISE RABY(pg. 54) 

Hamel Ave. 

Willi amstown, MA. 

DAVID RACETTE 

74 Reed St. 

North Adams, MA . 

THOMAS RAYMOND (pg. 
96 Holliston St. 
Medway, MA. 



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PATRICIA REARDON (pg.48) 
30 Bay state Rd. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

KEVIN REED 

17 Clark St. 
Hudson Falls, NY. 

ROSEMARY REED (pg.49) 

18 Merrill Ave. 
Lynn, MA. 

MARY REMILLARD 
7 B St. 
Adams, MA. 

PAULA RENDA (pg. 41) 

Steed Ave. 

W. Newbury, MA . 

PAUL RENE 
Cleveland Ave. 
Shaftsbury, VT. 

FRANCIS RICCIARDI 
28 Ray Ave. 
Bellingham, MA. 

JOHN RICHARDSON 
5 Alden Rd. 
Beverly, MA . 



PATRICIA RILEY (pg. 

62 Clyde Ave. 

W. Springfield, MA. 



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MARYELLEN ROEMELT 
109 Commerical St. 
Adams, MA . 

MARY RONAN 
65 Hathaway St. 
North Adams, MA . 

ROBERT ROY 
118 Tyngsboro Rd. 
Nabnasset, MA . 



MICHAEL RUELI 
11 G argon Terr. 
Southwick, MA . 

EDWARD RURAK 
20 Rand St. 

North Adams, MA. 

PAUL RUZICKA 
105 Wells Ave. 
North Adams, MA . 

KAREN RYMSZEWICZ 

(Pg. 41) 
53 So Emerson St. 
New Bedford, MA. 

ROBERT SALVADORI 

(pg. 53) 
79 Ontario St. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

LOIS SAMUELSON 
62 Edson St. 
Brockton, MA . 

GWEN SANDERS 
15 Glen Rd. 
Topsfield, MA. 

ANN MARIE SANGIOVANNI 

(pg. 44) 
213 Main St. 
Medway, MA . 



ELIZABETH SANTOS (pg. 
270 Wilson St. 
New Bedford, MA . 



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MARCIA SAUNDERS (pg.56) 
122 Mohawk Forest BLVD. 
North Adams, MA. 

MARIE SAVINELLI 
212 Bruce St. 
Lawrence, MA . 

JAMES SCHEIDEMANN 
14 Holden St. 
North Adams, MA . 

EVELYN SCHOEN 
Northwest Hill Rd. 
Williamstown, MA. 

RICHARD SCHRADER 
559 Pearl Hill Rd. 
Fitchburg, MA . 

JOANNE SCIARAFFA 

(Pg- 43) 
1 Sullivan Rd. 
Avon, MA . 

CAROL SCOTT 

385 Pleasantdale Rd. 

Rutland, MA. 

DAWNCAROL SCOTT 

(Pg- 49) 
19 Maplewood Rd. 
Tewksbury, MA. 

MABLE SCOTTSMITH 
248 East Housatonic St. 
Dalton, MA . 



SUSAN SEE 

122 Livingston St. 

Saugerties, NY. 

EVELYN SEELIG 
RTE. 20 
Lee, MA. 

WAYNE SEELIG 
RTE. 20 
Lee, MA. 

SOPHIA SELIN (pg. 53) 
176 E. New Lenox Rd. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

CAN DICE SERAFINO 

(pg. 43) 
40 Peekskill Ave. 
Springfield, MA. 

REGINA SHAPRAS 
18 Devonshire Dr. 
Wilbraham, MA. 

KATHLEEN SHEA 
79 Lachine St. 
Chicopee, MA. 

NANCY SHEAHAN 
20 Hayes Lane 
Lexington, MA . 

MICHAEL SHEEHAN 
934 West Hoosatonic St. 
Pittsfield, MA . 

LORNA SHUMWAY (pg 43) 

71 Clifford St. 
Taunton, MA. 

FREDERICK SIMMONS (pg. 

49) 
River St. 
Lee, MA. 

RICHARD SIMON 
279 State St. 



JAMES SMALL 
117 Essex St. 
North Quincy, MA . 

CHERYL SMITH (pg. 54) 
4 Canton Rd. 
N. Quincy, MA. 

JACK SMITH (pg. 55) 
90 Blue Hill Terr. 

Milton, MA. 

KEVIN SMITH (pg. 41) 
11 Sycamore St. 
Somerville, MA. 

PHILIP SMITH 
Steerage Rock Rd. 
Brimfield, MA. 

DONNA ST. CYR 
17 Bracewell Ave. 
North Adams, MA . 



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DEBRA ST. PIERRE 

(PS- 49) 
43 Colgate RD . 
Beverly, MA . 

THEODORE STEFANIK 
East Rd. 
Adams, MA. 

THOMAS STEINMETZ 
71 Thomas Island Rd. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

SUSAN STEWART 
14 Heather Ave. 
Millbury, MA. 

RICHARD STTCKNEY 

(pg. 50) 
18 Crosier Ave. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

JOHN STONE (pg. 55) 

9 First St. 
Adams, MA. 

EDWARD STRAUB 
472 Union St. 
North Adams, MA . 

JAMS STRAUB (pg. 44) 
472 Union St. 
North Adams, MA . 

EILEEN SULLIVAN (pg.43) 
29 Judson St. 
Springfield, MA. 

KATHLEEN SULLIVAN 

(pg. 44) 
66 Mt. Vernon Ave. 
Melrose, MA. 

RICHARD SULHVAN 

(pg. 49) • 
69 Charles St. 
South Dennis, MA . 

LEE SURPRENANT 
Stonehedge Rd. 
Chesire, MA. 

LINDA SZUFNAROWSKI 

10 Haggerty St. 
Adams, MA. 

ROSEMARY TALBOT 

(pg. 55) 
2805 Boston Rd. 
N. Wilbraham, MA. 

MARIE TERHORST 
22 Stover Court 
Amesbury, MA . 

WAYNE THOMAS 
42 Woodside Dr. 
Agawam, MA . 

MARGARET THOMS 
PO. Box 357 
Norwich, VT. 



EDWARD TIERNEY (pg.51) 
34 Harkins St. 
Clinton, MA. 

DONALD TITUS 
5 Lillian Rd. 
Canton, MA. 

KAREN TKACZYK (pg. 50) 
66C Stone St. 
Gardner, MA . 

DAVID TOOLEY 
127 Brombach St. 
Pittsfield, MA . 

NANCY TORPPA (pg. 50) 
45 Cross St. 
Gardner, MA . 

MONICA TOUHEY 
34 Thomson Place 
Pittsfield, MA. 

ANN TRAINOR 
12 Hancock Ave. 
Lexington, MA . 

PAULA TREMBLAY 
27 Washington Ave. 
North Adams, MA . 

PHILIPPE TURCOTTE 
115 Atwater Rd. 
Springfield $ MA. 

ROBERT UNDERHILL 

(pg. 50) 
61 Brahma Ave. 
Somerville, NJ. 

PETER VACCHINA 
569 Main St. 
Dalton, MA. 

MARTHA VANDAIS 
East Quincy St. 
Stamford, VT. 

THOMAS VALERI (pg. 50) 
9 Top St. 
Clinton, MA. 

ELIZABETH VAN BRAMER 
43 Revere PKWY. 
Pittsfield, MA . 

THEODORA VAN EPEN 
87 Church St. 
North Adams, MA . 

GERALD VARUZZO 
1386 So. Church St. 
North Adams, MA . 

ANTHONY VENIA (pg. 51) 
56 Bates St. 
Revere, MA. 

DIANE VENTURINI 
33 State St. 
Pittsfield, MA. 



MICHAEL WALLACE 
21 Manassas Ave. 
Cambridge, MA. 

CHARLES WANDREI 
20 Miller St. 
Adams, MA. 

GORDON WASHBURN 

(Pg. 54) 
41 Hickory Lane 
Thormwood, NY. 

DAVID WAYNE 

73 Spruce St. 
Abington, MA . 

ALAN WEIBRECHT 

74 Bracewell Ave. 
North Adams, MA . 

JEROME WEISS 
43 Brownell St. 
Attleboro, MA. 

MARY WEISSBRODT 
194 East Quincy St. 
North Adams, MA . 

PAUL WESTON 
1205 Highland St. 
Holliston, MA . 

RALPH WHEELER 
RFD 1 
Hinsdale, MA . 

JUDITH WHITCOMB 
110 Wells Ave. 
North Adams, MA . 

RODGER WHITE (pg. 50) 
4 Woodlawn Dr. 
Willi amstown, MA. 

DEBORAH WHITNEY 
388 Eagle St. 
North Adams, MA . 

SHERWOOD WILE 
PO. Box 144 

North Adams, MA . 

DANIEL WILK (pg. 53) 
east Rd. 
Adams, MA. 

BETTY WILLIAMS 
Namskaket Rd. 
Orleans, MA. 

JOSEPH WILLIAMS (pg. 5 1 ) 
41 Daniels Ave. 
Pittsfield, MA. 

JOYCE WILLIAMS 
46 South St. 
North Adams, MA . 

BRUCE WILSON 
127 N. Hoosac Rd. 
Williamstown, MA. 



JAMES WILSON 
13 Charles St. 
Williamstown, MA. 

SUSAN WINKLE (pg. 52) 
371 Trull Rd. 
Tewksbury, MA. 

SUSAN WINTERS 

28 Winter St. 
Athol, MA. 

THOMAS WNUK 
East Hoosac St. 
Adams, MA. 

ROBERT WOJNICKI (pg.52) 

30 Prospect St. 
North Adams, MA . 

SUSAN WOLEJKO (pg.53) 

17 Yale St. 

North Adams, MA. 

DEBORAH WOOD (pg. 53) 
Wood Rd. 
Clarksburg, MA. 

STEPHEN WOOD JR. 

Kiahs Way 

East Sandwich, MA . 

THOMAS WOTKOWICZ 

31 Winter St. 
Adams, MA. 

ALAN YAGMIN 
56 Jackson St. 
North Adams, MA . 

JOYCE YESTAMSKI 

32 Alden St. 
Greenfields, MA . 

ELIZABETH YOUNG 
Stone Hill Rd. 
Williamstown, MA. 

RICHARD YVON 
17 Overlook Dr. 
Springfield, MA. 

THOMAS ZABEK 

1 Connonwealth Ave. 

Adams, MA. 

CATHERINE ZAJAC 
60 Lincoln St. 
North Adams, MA. 

LORRAINE ZEGOTA (pg.45) 

21 High St. 

Three Rivers, MA . 

CAROL ZIEMBA 
6 Forest Park Ave. 
Adams, MA. 

STANLEY ZIEMBA 

29 Harrison Ave. 
Chicopee Falls, MA. 



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